Charlotte SasSenior Lead Lawyer
Charlotte Sas practices business law with a special focus on litigation, the restructuring of companies and insolvency law. She has been instrumental in all important insolvency cases the group takes on. Charlotte has in-depth knowledge of judicial reorganisation proceedings and is the key lawyer in relation to the court-appointed mandates the group takes on, as well as the client files. She is also acknowledged as a strong litigator and regularly pleads before the courts in both insolvency and commercial matters.
Charlotte’s market standing and experience in insolvency law has been recognized by the Dutch speaking Enterprise Court of Brussels, that registered her on the list of trustees in bankruptcy. She is also ranked as a 'rising star' in insolvency by Legal 500.
Given her experience with restructuring in the retail sector, Charlotte was also appointed as co-head of the Belgian DLA Piper Retail Sector. Charlotte also represents our insolvency and restructuring team in the Belgian DLA Piper Pro Bono Committee and has given pro bono lectures on business transactions in Brussels (Know Your Rights Program) and Nairobi (New Perimeter Program).
- Assisted CASA International NV in judicial reorganisation proceedings.
- Advised Ansi NV on its winning bid to takeover fashion chain E5 Mode in the framework of a judicial reorganisation procedure.
- Assisted Getronics Belgium NV in the framework of judicial reorganisation proceedings (court-appointed mandate).
- Queen Mary University – London, LLM in Art, Business and Law
- University of Stellenbosch, LLM International Trade Law
- Catholic University of Leuven, Master of Law
- C. Van Buggenhout & C. Sas, "Nieuwe Europese regelgeving en rechtspraak inzake grensoverschrijdende insolventieprocedures", IPR in het dagelijkse leven, Larcier, 2015
- Van Den Bosch (ed.) Borgtocht. Een rechtsfiguur met veel facetten, Larcier, 2015
Intern for the Second Committee of the UN General Assembly, covering negotiations of UN Resolutions on macro-economic issues (including on financing for development, international trade, international financial system, innovative financing and debt sustainability for development), as well as negotiations concerning sustainable development (post-2015 development agenda and green economic growth).
- Teaching assistant Institute of Comparative Law Catholic University of Leuven (Prof. E. Dirix).
- Affiliated Researcher Institute of Private International Law Catholic University of Leuven (Prof. G. Van Calster)